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JAMES ROBERT BROWNE

Milton, Massachusetts

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BROWNE, James Robert Of Milton, formerly of Dorchester. Beloved husband of fifty years of Mary Elizabeth "Betty" (Manning) Browne. Loving father of Mary B. DiSandro and her husband Jeff of Milton. Brother of the late Marie Sullivan and Dorothy Panetta. Beloved grandfather of James and...

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Dear Betty and Mary,
My condolences upon your loss. Jim was a good friend and mentor from my first day in Boston. We worked together at GTE in the late 70's during his days as a Price Analyst. He complained a lot but we still had fun. Through the years he was always there with a word of advice or encouragement but most of all his humor helped everyone trudge through the bureaucracy. I can just imagine how he loved being a Grandfather and the joy he brought to his family. He was a good...

My heart and prayers are with your family during this time of bereavement. Share the happier days with family and friends, and call on the God of Tender Mercy for strength and a peaceful future. Isaiah 40:29

Rest in peace, Jim Browne.

As part of Jim's, Celtic Angels care giver team, I served as his nurse case manager for many months. Jim was a great inspiration and profile in courage despite his limitations; always upbeat, witty and positive. It was unheard of him to complain. Jim spent most of his last months in a comfortable chair which faced a picture window. And as summer waned to fall, he was content to enjoy the change of season as wife, Betty pointed out the crimson foliage which decorated the trees as seen from...

Betty, Mary and others: I was very saddened to learn of your loss of Jim. Like so many others that worked with Jim, my life was better for having known him. Jim was the consummate professional, genuinely caring for those around him, always willing to share his knowledge and time. His sense of humor always provided welcome relief. As do you, I will miss him. My deepest condolences go out to all the Browne family. May your memories give you and your family solace.
Respectfully,

My Good Friend and Buddy, I'm glad your no longer in pain but I'll miss you greatly.

I'm so sorry for your loss. Jim was a wonderful kind man and will be missed by many.

Jim was one of the best DoD contracting specialist that I knew. He always gave you sound advice and had the respect of all that he touched. May you rest in peace.

To the family of "Buddy" Browne.

Our condolences to you at this very sad time. Jim was our mother's first cousin. She spoke so well of him. When I first met the members of my "Browne' family, here and in Ireland, I knew that the Browne blood was a special clan.

Jim had an infectious and a charming smile.

His love for Betty was a treasure. His love for Mary, Jeff, James and Maeve was overwhelming. He loved his entire family and was always happy...